It is imperative for investors deciding to include a hotel in their portfolio to know why they are doing so. APS can help make experienced, educated assumptions about future market conditions and implement a plan to deal with those ever-changing conditions.

APS has over 30 years' experience in helping investors in identifying an opportunity, formulating a plan for it, and then proceeding to evaluate the possibility of acquiring the hotel.
Basic steps in the Acquisition Process (just to name a few) Identifying potential Acquisition hotels Due Diligence - Substantial cost saving using APS Feasibility Studies

Development of 1 – 5 year Pro Forma
Co-ordinate Appraisals and Market Studies
Determining possible changes in management/Franchise APS realizes that a hotel is both a business and real estate investment and therefore needs to be scrutinized by those familiar with the hotel industry. Markets will change – That is a given. APS wants the buyer to understand both property and market dynamics BEFORE purchasing the hotel. Once a property has passed our rigorous screening process, APS can perform a preliminary property and market analysis to establish an initial bid price. Due diligence of the targeted hotel is a must that is often overlooked by investors thinking they "know the business".


Litigation Services
Litigation Support Services our team offers a broad spectrum of assistance to hospitality industry litigants and their counsel. With its deep experience base and the seniority and reputation of its members, the APS team is exceptionally well-qualified to assist in these often very complicated cases.

Our Industry Experts typically provide a dual role in litigation support assignments - providing both expert-level consulting services and continuing on to provide testimonial expert services. The typical APS Advisory Group litigation support assignment contains most of the elements listed below:

  • Construction Defect Lawsuit
  • Forensic Teams & "Industry Experts"
  • Review of document production to assist counsel in understanding relevance and usefulness of documents
  • Evaluation of opponent's position
  • Assessment of damages
  • Assistance during the trial process
  • Trial testimony

Our assistance is most often required in dispute resolution with respect to:

  • Management contract structure
  • Compliance with management contract terms
  • Management performance issues
  • Analysis and valuation related to bankruptcy cases
  • Damage assessment, including damage quantification